Linda McMahon, the head of the Small Business Administration, thinks her agency is a hidden gem in the federal government, but she’s looking to change that.
For all its concerns about aging IT infrastructure, the Internal Revenue Service, in one of its newer office spaces, is thinking more like a startup.
As the Trump administration considers moving the bulk of the governmentwide security clearance process back onto the Pentagon, the head of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) says his agency has a plan to cut the growing security clearance backlog.
For all the controversy surrounding the last-minute addition of a citizenship question on 2020 census forms, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says he’s unconvinced that the question will impact response rates.
USPS’ rocky start to the first half of the fiscal year comes a month after President Donald Trump signed an executive order setting up a postal task force after claiming the agency is “on an unsustainable path.”
Artificial intelligence, a much-hyped trend in federal IT, is getting its own White House office, according to one of President Donald Trump’s leading technology advisers.
Federal law enforcement agencies collect troves of data, but in the digital age, they’re looking to make sense of more data in less time, in order to stay one step of their criminals they’re looking to catch.
The Census Bureau is in the middle of its one and only dress rehearsal for the 2020 population count. But there’s a lot more scrutiny coming from Congress over plans to ask respondents about their citizenship status.
A district court judge has ruled GSA wrongfully withheld documents for a Freedom of Information Act request looking for Trump transition team documents about the Trump Hotel.
The Office of Special Counsel is investigating whether the Environmental Protection Agency violated the Hatch Act over a politically charged tweet sent last month.
As the Census Bureau conducts its field test for the 2020 population count in Providence County, Rhode Island, Congress remains worried the project is falling behind schedule and over budget.
Testifying before House lawmakers in the first half of a marathon day on Capitol Hill, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said he will cooperate with investigators on 10 pending probes into spending and ethics at the EPA.
Democratic House lawmakers, together with the largest federal employee union, have called on EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to step down amid a growing number of federal investigations.
The pilots are meant to figure out how to update the TIC reference architecture and policy, since agencies have cited the TIC current requirements as a reason for not yet moving to the cloud.